Trumps Upsets Program: Whitney Two-Year-Old Too Fast For Her Stable Companion.; Trainer Had Declared to Win with Vega, but Latter Finishes Second--John Furlong Carries 124 Pounds to Victory in Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1913-04-24


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TRUMPS UPSETS PROGRAM WHITNEY TWOYEAROLD TOO FAST FOR HER STABLE COMPANION Trainer Had Declared to Win with Vega but Latter LatterFinishes Finishes Second John Furlong Carries 124 124Founds Founds to Victory in Handicap Havre de Grace Mel April 23 The Harry Payne Whitney stable entry finished first and second in todays feature race the Lassie Stakes for two yearold fillies Trumps and Vega carried the Whit ¬ ney colors in this event and trainer Albert Simons declared to win with Vega Troxler made the mis ¬ take of opening up too much of a lead with Trumps in the early stages Trumps raced into a six lengths lead in the first quarter He took the Oily under stout restraint in the last furlong and al ¬ though she was pulled up almost to a walk at the finish her stable companion just failed to get up and was beaten a head Guy Burns was busy with Vega all the way standing off the opposition from Pomette Bleu The latter hung on with great per ¬ sistency and was only beaten a length and a half for second place In the mile and seventy yards handicap John Furlong showed a splendid performance under a capable ride by Phil Musgrave The latter did not hurry John Furlong in the early stages and waited until after they had gone half a mile before making his move When called on John Furlong responded with a rush and in the stretch racing gradually overhauled the tiring Flying Yankee and just did get up in time to beat him a iiosu Henry Hutchi ¬ son changed hands after he was beaten in the sec ¬ ond race L Most owner of Katon claiming him for 800 800Alec Alec Doyle of Savannah who raced a small string at the southern winter meetings contemplates start ¬ ing a stock farm in Georgia He has commissioned T F Buckley to purchase several mares and a stallion stallionPreston Preston Bnrch in a letter to his father says that a majority of the American trainers in France are looking with anxious eyes on the racing situation in JfewYprk and that in the overit of the sport iljfillig resumed on the metropolitan tracks several romftem will return to this side Sam Hildreth is at present meeting with great success In France but is not wagering on the races at all As a matter of fact Ilildreth announced a short time ago that he had wagered his last dollar on a horse race and that in future he would depend entirely on the horses stake and purse earnings to maintain ills stable stableSeveral Several stables have arrived at the Pimlico track from Norfolk among them the horses of A H Bresler and the division of the stable that Mrs L A Livingston raced at Charleston and Norfolk Lovetie and Sotemia will soon join the stable Clem Beachey was bid up 205 over his entered price of 400 after he won the second race but was MInterNat retained by his owner E MInter Nat Byer has arrived at Piuilico from Lakewood X J with Perthshire and three twoyearolds one by Sain another by Nealon and one by Peter Quince Jake Byer Is also at Pimlico with P S P Randolphs stable which includes Besom Cher ¬ okee Hose and Bouncing Lass LassSetback Setback was caught in a jam on the first turn and appeared to jump on Sepulvedas heels In thcr mixup lie fell and jockey Halsey was bruised a bit but fortunately escaped without any broken Iwnes

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